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  • Nice job Wisconsin Kid, Ev has been bedridden for three days!

    She has a lesion on her brain and she thinks it is because of you, asshole! She is getting all kind of tests. Some lucky doctor will have to give her a physical.


  • #2
    I hope it's nothing serious and she makes a speedy recovery.

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    • #3
      Is it in the part of the brain where tattoo making decisions are made?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by FreakShowFanatic View Post
        I hope it's nothing serious and she makes a speedy recovery.
        I'm actually probably going to start a group with Gunz....the UJ MS club. That's what they are going with. Spinal tap is next.

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        • #5
          What symptoms led to the findings?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by EvvanRenea View Post

            I'm actually probably going to start a group with Gunz....the UJ MS club. That's what they are going with. Spinal tap is next.
            That is worst case scenario. Let's hope it is not that. Your attitude is awesome. You are killing it.

            It could be so many things.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by gnostic View Post
              What symptoms led to the findings?
              I had a vision fuck up its hard to explain but it stated with looking at a woman at Walmart and her nose was missing and within teo
              minutes I could only "see" a small small area to the top right of my field of vision. It lasted for an hour and a half.
              Went to the ER they thought I was having a mini stroke

              cat scan and cat scan with contrast followed by an echo

              stroke ruled out

              a neurologist heard about it and said that it sounds like pre-me symptoms. Had me do four things in the MRI

              found a lesion in an inoperable area of the brain so they are doing a spinal tap to test for MS further

              if it's not MS they said it's a tumor and they can't biopsy it because "no one will touch that thing where it's at"

              bright side i got ativan and xanax yesterday!

              also on a high dose crazy steroid.

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              • #8
                HOLY SHIT! All the best for you.

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                • #9
                  Ativan AND Xanax? I wonder why they would prescribe both. I prefer Ativan. Too bad I can't get it anymore as benzos continue to be strictly monitored by the Feds and doctors by me can be reluctant to prescribe them.

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                  • #10
                    I'm not a doctor but from what I've read and knowing someone with MS, vision problems usually effect one eye at a time.

                    Maybe Gunzen can confirm or maybe he's never had the vision symptoms.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by gnostic View Post
                      I'm not a doctor but from what I've read and knowing someone with MS, vision problems usually effect one eye at a time.

                      Maybe Gunzen can confirm or maybe he's never had the vision symptoms.
                      My doc and neurologist didn't seem to share your thoughts

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                      • #12
                        This from a MS site.

                        It's rare to get this condition in both eyes at once. Vision loss tends to get worse for a few days before it gets better. The inflammation could last anywhere from 4 to 12 weeks.

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                        • #13
                          Rarely are both eyes affected simultaneously with optic neuritis in MS. Pain with eye movement usually accompanies or precedes visual loss, and visual loss tends to worsen over the course of a few days before improving. Almost 55 percent of people with MS will have an episode of optic neuritis (according to WebMD).

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                          • #14
                            It was AIDS blood poisoning from that gay arsed tattoo. Hahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahaa!

                            Some dumb kunts have to learn the hard way.

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                            • #15
                              Holy cow, all the best.

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